Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois on July 30, 1960 · Page 6
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July 30, 1960

Alton Evening Telegraph from Alton, Illinois · Page 6

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PAGE SIX ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH SATURDAY, JULY JO, Obituaries John Obcn T. M. La til tier Alton relative* have learned nf the death of John Ohcn 89 KOWARPSVILLF M Laufner 61. of Thomas fi Lantnprl fit Kl Mnnte, Calif, his home l,nne. was found dead late Frilo: a niimbc! nf years. Mr ollowine a hcati attach which he Phen «ho had been ,n\.i\ from apparently suffered earlier in Alton since r.irl\ manlvvid die'! the day while cutting weeds on Thursday nipht his property in Pin Oak Town- Mr led Alton lor Colnindo in ship. the hope the c haute ot «'lima'e Mr Laiitnei has been sell-cm- wotild be beneficial to hi* heahn ployed since l!Mf>. ha\ ing been Pnd aftei HO \ears in Colorado moved to California Surviving aic his wife. Mary: a son. John Ji of California: two sisters. Mr<. Anna Pten- ouist of Lo 1 - Anceic' and Mrs. Gesina Abenhiink ot Fdv\ard<- villr, and n biothet William Ohen of Alton Funeiai rite* and burial will br a1 F,l Monte. E. W. Begnel Eiicene W Regnel. 63. .->f Jaeksonvillci a brother ol Loui^. I.en and Leon a d Begncl of AI ton rlicrl Fi ida> at 9 10 p.m.. in Our Saviour* lln-pital Jacksonville. He entered the ho— pital two weeks ago follow ing a paralytic stroke. Mr Beenel resided in Alton employed \cats I iy Corp. Mom O.'t Township, a for the the I . previous .'(3 v Radiator and was Mrs Frank .1. mairied Pec. '.1. 189S in Pin Oak son ol the late Mr. l.autner. he 25. 1920 to Agnes Rilpush. \vho survives. Tuo so.n* and a daughter survive: ( ieorge and Robert Laut- nei. both ol Kdv,unlsvillc. and Mrs. Maigaret Seniker ol Bunker Hill. ANo smvivinc arc two brothers and three sisters: Martin Laiilner. Frerl Lautner and Mrs. Anna Stack, all ol Fdwardsville: Mrs Josephine Trckar ol Collinsville and Mrs. Marie Slille ol StHunlon. There arc 11 surviving grandchildren. the He was affiliated with First Presbyterian Church. Funeral services will be held fiom 194fi until 1954 and during Ht •> p . nl Monday from the his residence here was em-...Schneider Funeral Home, where ployed at Alton Bo.x Board. Pre-,, he body wj] , )j(> f) , om vious to his employment at 111-., pm Sundav until time of serv- ! ices. The Rev. W. E. Bush, jformer pastor ol St. John's Methodist Church, will be in Box Board, he had farmed. He had been retired for the past six years He was born at Murrayville. June 16 1S97. a son of the lair? Mr and Mrs. James H. Begnel. Mr. Begnel was a member ol Church of Our Saviour parish. Jacksonville, and belonged to Fraternal Order of Eagles. Alton and Knights of Columbus. .Jacksonville. ; Five Held In Insurance Swindle m'RUNtrrON. N. C. (APi— Police held five Negroes today on charges they plotted together to saw off fingers and thus collect insurance for their injuries and unemployment Three of them lost all but one finger of their left hands Authorities said (ieorge Bryson. 'J8. was mastermind of the scheme. Also arrested Thursday night \verc his brother James Rrvsoii. 19: .lames Rogers. Walter Rogers and Thomas T,H" Kach was charged with lilinc a false and fraudulent insurance claim, or mainline. (Iconic Br\M)ii ellagedls took nut S.'!.(HHi iii accident insurance .uid a policy to pay him $25 a \\cek il he became iincmplnv: 1 '!. I'nlicc said on Feb. 1!) his brother .lames cut four fingers f ro.n Iji'orge's left hand with a rctlled power sau and George collei''"d $.''>,i:!r> Irom various insurance pol icics. Thomas Talc and Walter Ro^ crs were talked into repeat- A rixonn School East Alton Girl Home After Learning to Control Asthma White House Cow in it lee to Meet Tow'g/if TUCSON. Ariz. — fSpecial) — Twelve year-old Linda Bronddus has returned to East Alton after tow years in Arizona where she learned to control her asthma, an announcement from the Salniaro School of the National Foundation for Asthmatic Chil- Tlir White House Committee! dien at Tucson has reported. ol the Madison County Social Planning Council will meet tonight at 7:.'U) in the Kd\varrl<- villc library, sairl Mrs. Lester Klopc. chairman of the eom- miltee. The Madison County Social Planning Council e\e n utiv > hoard met earlier this week (•> discuss loUn\v-ur> work for the \\hite House Conference on Children. A workshop on social proh- Irms in Madison County slater! for Nov. 17-18 at Alton Sit', was explained to the fieri Armstead. group hy chairman Alof thai steering committee. The workshop will be open to social workers, agency board mem- ins George's performance, polica;, iers and inte ,. ested citizens. It will be co-sponsored by the council. Mrs. Willis Roach and Mrs. said, agreeing to Rive George the insurance money they collected. But of the S3.000 Tale collected, officers declared, the share: F] , ank Vozak we ,, e appoin , ed to he P:,VP r.PoroP included a S300' Rcrvc on the vvorkshop committee. he gave George included a $500! had check. Police said all but Tate signed confessions. ; charge of services. Interment will be in \Voodlawn Cemetery. Clyde Watson * Rites Conducted Following rites at 10 a.m. today in Morrow-Quinn Mortuary the bo- In addition to his, Alton broth;J dy of clvdc Wa tson. insurance agent, was taken to Marion, III.. burial. The Rev. Orrin M. Anderson, i pastor of First Baptist Church, of- ers. he is survived by two siifH. ters. Mrs. William McGrath.| fo| Jacksonville, and Sister Maryj Annunciata. O.P. Springfield. The body is at Reavy Funeral Home. Jacksonville. Funeral rites will be conducted Monday! at 9:30 Pallbearers were W. H. Thorn- Girl., 12, Steals Waterski Show At Pontiac PONTIAC. Mich. (API — A year-old girl from Minnesota stole the show Friday as the three-day Midwest regional wat- erski championships started on nearby Loon Lake. Rita Christensen of Mound, Minn., was a double winner, taking the junior girls' slalom and | Parade Scheduled ! j By Lutheran Church i Berea Lutheran Church. Greene | & Gold streets, will hold a community parade Monday at 9 a.m. i to welcome neighborhood children • ' to the church Bible school. 12-j Doorknob hangers will be distrr Two years ago when she came here this was not <o clear. For like the other children who come tn the school, Linda had reached the point where the doctors in hei community co;ild not help her. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hoyle Hroarldus of ."ill) Mallard Drive in Kasl Alton, appealed to the foundation in let Linda liv two years in Ari/.nna. The fnundatinn sav> 87 pei cent nf those school in the who attend dry Arizona I be an and .sun can have a new The .school tors, is stuffed by doc- athletic directors, nui'ses and physical therapists The report said in part: "Actually, once in the healing power of the dry air here Linda had very little asthma. This helped her to grow in strength which is in itself a wall against the disease. "Freed from concern with the disease, Linda could concent) ale on her classes and she was an honor student. HEAD GOP TICKET On the rostrum with their wives after making acceptance speeches at Republican National Convention in Chicago are the Republican candidates for president and vice president—Richard M. Nixon (left) and Henry Cabot Lodge. Next to Nixon is Emily Lodge. Pat Nixon stands next to Ambassador Lodge. (NBA Photo) St. Koui.-an on Staff "She also swam well and was Of Housing Authority I as, George Whittenborn. Hum- the trick events. will be taken to Murrayville for interment in St. Bartholomew Cemetery. phrey Reilly, Lester Cherry, Ray Williams and Roy Blair. Nevada Gambling Nets $45 Million in Quarter CARSON CITY. Nev. (AP) — Card, dice and slot machine play- Mike Ensminger of Indianapolis took the junior boys trick events! and jumps and a second in the slalom. Brad Wagner of Springfield, III., made two perfect runs as he won the boys slalom title. Lynn Vermuelen of Jackson. Mich., laced second and Larry Willis of buled. inviting children to participate in the two-week school. The church also plans to hold 10 evening sessions for adults. These sessions will begin Monday evening at 7 p.m. The staff of the school hopes to be able to handle at least 100 children. Woman Fractures Hip in Fall active in the school's Girl Scout troop arid she enjoyed the weekly dances at the school. "Any child between the ages- Lloyd Manche of St. Louis has been placed on the Alton Housing Authority staff subject to (budgetary limitations of the One More Day *' Needed to Clear Storm Debris of 6 and 12. whose parents can-! Urban Renewa , program . D . F . foi . ( rpmaJnR ^ ^^ (h , ties . nol^alford tosendil to thisarea; Branei . executive director ofistreets of June 30 storm debris. Hauling of the past week was ! brush from fallen limbs and other I storm-clearing work |>os.sibly have I been missed. These will be re| moved as they can be reached. j But from next Monday on. addi- i tional hauling that may be need :cd will be handled in the regular One more day of concerted el- iroutine of s "' epls division activi- remains and who cannot be helped by:the AHA announced today. •It had been the hope of the pub-' increased over what had had been ers lost more than 45 million dol-i G ,. ass Lake Micn thi ,', d lars to Nevada's legal gamblers| Slindy Goldman of Ann Arbor.! Mich., won the girls' slalom. The 1 meet ends Sunday. the first quarter of I960, the State Gaining Commission reported Friday. The :slate [W7.079 in turn reaped $2,the gamblers Foulds Ave., is a patient in St. | over the country." Joseph's Hospital following a fall Friday in which she incurred Named For Him a hip fi'acture. Nicotine, the active principal Mrs. Sparks, accompanied by of tobacco, is named after Jean - « j j. i . . ' : -ii uttu ut-trii UK: iiuut.: ui uir UUP;- accepted medical means at home; Braner said that Manehe's ]lic works department to complete anticipated, Griffin explained, be can come to the Sahuaro School | sa | ary w j|i not begin until the tne pi^up pro jp c t Friday. But! rauw a lot of cnlls from rcsidcnl!i —If there is room. I approval is received for the Ur-|Q( y Engineer Thomas F. Griffin 'revealed that a number of obscure; "The enrollment is held to ban Renewal budget of the au-lj r ^^ ( oda y. locations had been overlooked inj around 60 students because ofithority. At present. Manche isj ,, Af | OQC( „„„„,„,.„ ^ u ,, ^ h.,,,1 'the pick-up program. Also found the school's capacity and there j making a study of the structure is always a waiting list for thej of tne urban renewal project. vacancies when those like Linda j Braner said '" " "" ' that fell after I storm or from dangling limbs removed to relieve hazards. The city engineer estimated thai Braner said that Manche has leave after a year or two. , "The foundation is supported' had experience in the fields of Mrs. Irene Sparks of 4281 by contributions from people all financp and c]1y government. "At least one more day of haul , .... . , ing remains. A number of contract was . th *' '" a " umfbcrk ° f , ar ° as trucks in addition to those of the j originally cleared of brush new streets division will be kept on the P' lps * ad , accumulated largely ' from limbs 5 Coal Miners Die v In Crash of Bus pick up job next Monday. But that; will end the special hauling activity." Griffin added that some piles of occasional pick-up activities will Telegraph Want Ads "CLICK" t)r ' "^essary over another two — - . — weeks to make the clean-up whol- with an oil-tank truck here Friday Iy complete, but this additional her grandson. Tim McLaughlin. jwas crossing State street, near through its levy on gaming reve- Hayner Public Library at time nue and table license fees. Nicot, who introduced tobacco SOIGNIES, Belgium 'API — A night, killing five miners and in- hauling will be tucked in with into France in 1560 and brought bus carrying-coal miners collided'juring 17 seriously, the tobacco plant to the atten- lulhei streets division operations. OPEN SUNDAY ALL DAY I<arK<* Size N>w POTATOES 10.1.39C Freestone PEACHES 59 c Half Peck Basket ICE COLD Watermelons CHILLED THE RIGHT WAY. ALL SIZES. BROADWAY &MAIN Drive-In Produce Market ol the mishap. Ition of Europe. NUMBER OF DAYS SHOULD YOUR TELEGRAPH CARRIER FORGET YOU... PHONE FOR DELIVERY DIAL HO 5.6641 BEFORE 6 P.M. DAILY & P.M. SATURDAY • CIRCULATION DEPT. ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH Words 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 Effective Aug. 1, 1960 ALTON EVENING TELEGRAPH CLASSIFIED RATE CHART NUMBER OF DAYS 6c word 10% Discount 123 72 144 216 72 130 194 78 156 234 78 141 211 84 168 252 84 151 227 90 180 270 90 162 243 96 192 288 96 173 259 102 204 306 102 184 275 108 216 324 108 194 292 114 228 342 114 205 308 120 240 360 120 216 324 126 252 378 126 227 340 132 264 396 132 238 356 138 276 414 138 248 373 144 288 48'i 144 259 38H 150 300 450 150 270 405 26 156 312 468 156 281 421 27 162 324 4Kb 162 292 437 '.'H Ki8 336 501 168 302 451 iU 174 348 ,Vi'i 174 313 470 JO 180 360 510 180 324 386 6c per word 20% Disc. 456 288 360 432 230 288 346 313 390 468 250 312 374 336 420 504 269 336 404 360 450 540 288 360 432 384 480 576 307 384 461 408 510 612 326 408 490 432 540 648 346 433 518 456 570 684 365 456 547 480 600 720 384 480 576 504 630 756 306 506 605 528 560 792 424 448 636 552 690 828 442 552 66^ 576 720 864 461 576 691 600 750 900 480 600 720 624 780 936 499 624 749 648 810 972 518 648 778 ti*'.' 840 1008 5MH 672 806 606 870 1044 551 696 835 720 900 1080 576 720 864 6c per word 25% Disc. 7 8 9 10 11 12 504 576 648 720 792 864 . 378 432 486 540 594 648 546 624 702 780 858 936 409 468 526 585 643 702 588 672 756 840 924 1008 441 504 567 630 693 756 630 720 810 900 990 1080 472 540 607 675 742 810 673 768 864 960 1056 1152 504 576 648 720 792 864 714 816 , 918 1020 1122 1224 53*5 612 688 772 841 918 756 864 972 1080 1188 1296 567 648 729 810 891 972 798 913 1026 1140 1254 1368 598 684 769 855 940 1026 840 960 1080 1300 1320 1440 630 720 810 900 990 1080 882 1008 1134 1260 1386 1512 662 756 850 945 1089 1134 924 1056 1188 1320 1452 1586 693 792 891 990 1089 1188 966 1104 1242 1380 1518 1656 724 828 981 1085 1138 1242 1008 1152 1296 1440 1584 1738 756 864 972 1080 1188 1296 1050 1200 1350 1500 1650 1800 787 900 1012 1125 1337 1350 1092 1248 1404 1560 1716 1872 819 936 1053 1170 1287 1404 1134 1296 1458 1620 1783 1944 850 973 1113 1215 1886 1458 1176 1344 1512 1680 1848 3016 882 1008 1134 1260 1386 1512 1318 1392 1566 1740 1914 8088 913 1044 1174 1805 1435 1566 1260 1440 1630 1800 1980 3160 945 1080 1315 1850 14H5 1630 5c word 30% 30 1800 1260 1950 1365 2100 1470 2250 1575 2400 1680 2550 1785 2700 1890 3850 1995 3000 3100 3150 3305 8800 3810 3450 3415 3600 2520 3750 2635 3900 3780 4050 3835 4300 3840 4850 3045 4500 3150 6c word 10% Discount , Words 1 2 3 31 186 372 558 | 186 335 502 J32 192 384 586 193 346 527 33 198 396 594 198 356 545 34 204 408 612 204 351 551 35 210 420 630 210 378 567 36 r216 432 648 216 389 583 37 222 444 666 223 404 599 38 338 456 684 238 410 616 39 334 468 703 334 431 633 40 340 480 730 340 433 648 41 346 493 738 346 443 664 43 353 504 756 353 454 680 43 358 516 774 358 464 697 44 264 538 793 264 475 718 45 270 540 810 270 486 729 46 276 553 838 376 497 745 47 382 564 846 383 508 761 48" 388 576 864 388 518 778* 49 3B4 588 883 394 530 794 50 800 BOO 900 300 540 810 Card of Tbaaki or Meroorli tk«»— IJ.M for W word* or le Ic lor MCA word ov»r <M. 6c per word 20% Disc. 4 5 6 744 930 1116 595 744 893 768 960 1152 614 768 922 792 990 1188 634 792 950 816 1020 1224 653 816 979 840 1050 1260 672 840 1008 864 1080 1206 691 864 1037 888 1110 1333 710 888 1066 913 1140 1368 730 912 1044 936 1170 1404 749 936 1138 960 1300 1440 778 860 1153 984 1330 1476 787 984 1181 1008 1360 1513 800 1008 1310 1033 1390 1548 836 1033 1338 1056 1830 1584 845 1056 1367 1080 1350 1630 864 1080 1296 1104 1380 1656 888 1104 1835 1138 1410 1692 903 1138 1354 1153 1440 1738 933 1153 1383 1176 1470 1764 941 1176 1411 1300 1500 1800 960 1300 1440 HOTEL ADD! m NOT BKSPON M PIU. SITUATION V HOUSEHOLD ftllW WANTE 6c per word 25% Disc. 1303 976 1344 1075 1386 1039 1428 1071 1470 1102 1512 1134 1554 1165 1596 1197 1638 1228 1680 1260 1722 1291 1764 1323 1806 1354 1848 1386 1890 1417 1932 1449 1974 1480 2016 1512 2058 154S 2100 5c word 30% Discount 30 5700 8990 5850 4095 6000 4200 6150 4305 6300 4410 6450 5040 7350 5145 7500 1575 HOTEL ADDKKS8U8 (UNLESS PERMANENT) Cadi In Advance. NOT RESPONSIBLE NOTICES—Cash in Advance. SITUATION WANTED—Cash in Advance. HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE (WHEN MOVING) Cart in Advance. 5250

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